Mission & Vision
Our Mission is to enhance the economic, social and environmental health of the communities we serve by providing public transportation services for everyone that are safe, reliable, accessible and affordable.
Our vision is to be the leading transportation alternative for the residents and visitors in the communities we serve.
ACTR was established in 1992 to create a network of community transportation alternatives that connect the people and places in Addison County. We provide services that are safe, reliable, accessible and affordable for everyone.
ACTR is a division of Tri-Valley Transit, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. ACTR’s funding is on average an 80/20 mix of public (state and federal grants) and private money. ACTR relies upon the generous support of individuals, businesses, towns and philanthropic organizations to provide the local match required to draw down these grants. Every $1 donated to ACTR, unlocks $4 of federal money.
ACTR operates two parallel and complementary transportation systems.
- The Dial-a-Ride System takes elders and persons with disabilities, Medicaid-eligible residents and many other vulnerable populations to medical services, work, grocery stores and meal sites.
- The ACTR Bus System is made up of six different bus routes including connections to Rutland and Burlington.